Nothing new except publicity, which is welcome. Kids in isolation …

Comment on Riot in the shadow of Ayers Rock by Nimby.

Nothing new except publicity, which is welcome.
Kids in isolation have little outlet and this area is very isolated.
An approach to resolving this sort of childishness would involve material provision of a pathway out of poverty as well as penalty for those that choose the free lunch.
If you teach your kids in Pitjantjatjara to be useless anti-authority racists then all you will achieve is nothing for your people. Wake up!
It’s a hard life in isolated Aboriginal communities and high time that we stop pandering to tribal obstruction to a better life for youngsters that see and want a way out.
Nor should we pander to the legal parasites, who wish to impose themselves as gatekeepers to freedom.

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Hundreds of empty plastic wine bottles in Todd
I’m waiting for the pokerfaced chardonnay lefties here to frame this as white oppression.

When NT was officially ‘a country for the White Man’
A modern wealthy leftist interpretation of the past. Nice touch to leave out everyone else’s tribalism in the Territory, then as much as now. I despise modern historians, willing slaves of politics.

Uranium mining would help to save Alice: Businessmen
It should indeed be on the dinner table.
Uranium oxide is at a low and the mining industry in general is likely in the process of an interim decline.
This means that key personnel and soon, mining logistics, should be purchased relatively cheaply.
It’s a little early and more of a reconnoitre, a toe in the water.

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Who is paying for it?

Comic take on clash of cultures
@ Sandy: I agree, the ABC is more commie than comedy. The truth cannot be told in all its glory as it is probably offensive (and funny).
The ABC would be pitiable, but its our money.
Let’s make it pay for view. The results will be very funny indeed 🙂

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